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Patient Links

NHS psychological therapy and counselling services from two providers are available at Pool with appointments available in our surgery for the convenience of patients. They are Outlook Southwestoutlook_southwest.jpg and BeMe beme_logo.jpg. Click on the names or images which will open their websites in a new window.


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PHIL (Promoting Health Information Line) is available for support, advice and information on local services. Call Phil on 01209 215666, send a text message to 07800 006472, or go to their link page below and email Phil or search local services by postcode. Click here to go to PHIL.


Habinteg_logoStrap_web.jpg Habinteg is a free service to anyone who has experienced a life-changing disability supporting them with issues such as, housing, daily living skills, accessing social opportunities, training, education and employment. Individuals can self-refer meaning you do not need a doctor to refer you. You can ring them on 0300 365 3100 or go to their link page below. Click here to go to Habinteg


Shelter provides free, confidential advice to people with all kinds of housing problems and has anshelter_logo1_555px[1] office in Truro. They are able to give advice to clients whose cases come within the scope of legal aid funding and can also refer clients to their national helpline to assist with any matters that are outside of legal aid. The number for their Truro office is 0344 515 2312, their Helpline number is 0808 800 4444 or click here to go to Shelter.


The Silver Line is a free, confidential helpline for older people, open every day and wwwnight of the year. They offer information, friendship and advice. There is no strict minimum age limit but most people that ring them are over 65. Their number is 0800 4 7 80 90 and their website is available here- The Silver Line (this link will open in a new window - popups must be allowed).


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